Christopher Paparo, has been expolaring the wild of Long Island for more than 30 years. As a wildlife photograher, writer, and lecturer, he enjoys bring awareness to the diverse nature that calls the island home. Today he takes us on a underwater journy of the Shinnicock Bay.
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